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The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1918 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABELL, W. S., on Future Design and Construction of Merchant Ships, 267
  • Accidents, Railway—see Railways
  • Acetylene, Dissolved, and its Storage, 125
  • Acid Resisting Iron, Sydney J. Tungay, 238
  • “Activated” Sewage Sludge, 297
  • Admiralty Bronze, Unsound Castings of, &c., Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 270
  • Admiralty and Camouflage, 55
  • AERONAUTICS::
    • A. E. G. Bombing Biplane, 484, 487
    • Aeronautics after the War, 33, 99
    • Aeroplane Shops—see Works
    • Albatross Biplane Scout, 469, 470
    • Armament, &c., of German Aeroplanes, 476
    • Caproni Aeroplane, 6,
    • Commercial Prospects of the Aeroplane, 99,
    • Engines, Aircraft—see also Engines,
    • Fokker Triplane, 397,
    • Friedrichshafen Bombing Aeroplane, 356, 357, 388,
    • German Aircraft Speed Meter, 447 ; (Letter), 512,
    • German Airship S.L. 11, 156, 157 ; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382,
    • Giant Aeroplanes, 537,
    • Giant German Aeroplane, 512, 537,
    • Italian Naval Aircraft, 6,
    • Mercedes 240 H.P. and 180 H.P. Aero Engines, 446, 450, 467 ; (Letters), 512, 531,
    • Zeppelin and Gotha Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183
  • AFTER Shipbuilding, Railways, 233
  • Agricultural Power Machinery, 143 ; (Letter), 192
  • Agricultural Tractors—see also Tractors
  • Agricultural Tractors and Haulers, Some British, 4, 10, 45, 65, 93, 98, 116
  • Air Compressor, Electrically-driven, 336
  • Air Compressor for Pumping Plant, Broom and Wade, 475
  • Air Compressors or Vacuum Pumps; The “ Lectroflater,” Black and Decker Manufacturing Company, 565
  • Air Lift Pumping Plant at Curragh Camp, H. Brown and Co., 475
  • Air Supply to Boiler-rooms, R. W. Allen, 291
  • Almanacks and Diaries, 42, 63, 81, 108, 154, 239, 325
  • Aluminium Bronze, Die Casting of, H. Whitaker and H. Rix, 248, 281
  • Alunite Deposits of Australia, 269
  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS, 42, 81, 325, 458, 546
    • American Military Locomotives for France, 42
    • American Nitrate Manufacture, 42
    • Briquetting Anthracite Coal, 325
    • By-product Coke Ovens in America, 42
    • Concreting by the Pneumatic Process, 546
    • Controlling Fires in Copper Mines, 325
    • Converting Large Goods Engines for Shunting Service, 458
    • Electrical Reversing Rolling Mills, 325
    • Heavy American Goods Engines, 458
    • Heavy Gearless Electric Locomotives, 546
    • Heavy Main Line Railway Electrification, 81
    • Increasing Evaporation in Boilers, 458
    • Large Wooden Goods Wagons in America, 458
    • New American Blast-furnace, 325
    • Pumping Machinery for Waterworks, 81
    • Railway Bridge Spans Moved to New Piers, 81
    • Turbo Pumps for Chicago Waterworks, 42
  • AMERICAN Navy—see Ships
  • Amos, A., on Utility of Motor Tractors for Tillage Purposes, 71, 130, 160
  • Anderson, John, on The Most Suitable Sizes and Speeds for General Cargo Steamers, 267
  • Andrews, Leonard, on Overseas Distribution of Engineering Appliances, 355, 367
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES:
    • 2, 14, 23, 28, 32, 35
    • IRON, STEEL AND ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES IN 1917, 2, 23
      • Aircraft Construction, 3
      • Capital and Labour, 24
      • Coal Mining, 5
      • Labour and Wages, 23
      • Lancashire, 3
      • Midlands, 3
      • North of England, 3
      • Odds and Ends, 24
      • Price Changes, 2
      • Scotland, 3
      • Sheffield, 3
      • Shipyards, 4
      • South Wales, 3
      • Women in Munition Works, 23
    • LOCOMOTIVES OF 1917, SOME BRITISH, 28, 32
      • Caledonian Railway, 30
      • Glasgow and South-Western Railway, 30
      • Great Central Railway, 28
      • Great Northern Railway, 28
      • London and South-Western Railway, 28, 32
      • Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland, 30
      • South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, 28
    • RAILWAYS IN 1917, 35
      • Government Control of Transportation, 35
      • New Works, 35
      • Railway Accidents, 35
      • Railwaymen’s Demands, 36
      • Railway Services, 36
      • Railways Abroad, 36
    • SHIPS, 1917 AND THE QUESTION OF, 14
      • Appointment of Shipping Controller, 14
      • Entry of the United States into the War, 14
      • German Submarine Warfare, 14
      • Introduction, 14
      • Man Power for the War, 15
      • Ships, Ships, 15
      • Tonnage Losses, 14
  • ARMAMENT—see War Material, also Aeronautics and Ships
  • Artificial Manures from Blast-furnaces, Sir A. Hall, 80
  • Aspinall, F. B., on Regnault’s Latent Heat of Steam Investigations, 525
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • Association of Chemists, A British :
    • Connection with the Sheffield Association of Metallurgists and Metallurgical Chemists, 56
    • Meeting at London Section of Society of Chemical Industry, 115
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
    • Electrically-driven Rolling Mills, L. Rothera, 142, 146
    • Hardening and Tempering of Steel, Professor C. A. Edwards, 161
    • Steel Production of the Nations at War, E. F. Lange, 262
    • Use of the Microscope in Engineering, W. E. W. Millington, 49
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
    • Conference at Manchester, Future of Electric Power Supply, 560
  • Association of Metallurgists and Metallurgical Chemists, Sheffield:
    • Connection with the British Association of Chemists, 56
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
    • A Cause of Failure in Boiler Plates, Dr Walter Rosenhain and Dr. Hanson, 444
    • Annual Meeting, 399, 404, 408, 421, 443, 480
    • Annual and Autumn Meetings, Programme, 280
    • Blast-furnace Practice, Committee’s Report, 399
    • Copper Tuyeres for Blast-furnaces, A. K. Reese, 400, 404
    • Economic Value of the Jurassic Iron Ores of Great Britain, Dr. F. H. Hatch, 421
    • Effect of Cold Work on the Divorce of Pearlite, J. H. Whiteley, 443
    • Effect of Cold Working on Elastic Properties of Steel, J. A. Van den Broek, 443
    • Effect of Mass on Heat Treatment, E. F. Law, 445
    • Fuel Economy in Blast-furnaces, T. C. Hutchinson, 400
    • Importance of Coke Hardness, G. D. Cochrane, 401
    • Inclusions in Steel and Ferrite Lines, Dr. J. E. Stead, 422
    • Non-metallic Inclusions in Steel, Dr. A. McCance, 422
    • Presidential Address, 404, 408
    • Production of Sound Steel by Lateral Compression of the Top Portion of the Ingot, Benjamin Talbot, 480
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
    • Removing a Propeller, Captain R. Green, 57
  • Institute of Metals:
    • Annual Meeting; Report, 226, 248, 270, 281
    • Die Casting of Aluminium Bronze, H. Whitaker and H. Rix, 248
    • Formation of Diamond; May Lecture by Sir Charles Parsons, 386, 410
    • Investigation on Unsound Castings of Admiralty Bronze (88:10:2); Its Cause and Remedy, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 270
    • Lead-Tin Antimony Alloys, O. W. Ellis, 270
    • On Grain Size, Dr. G. H. Gulliver, 249
    • Presidential Address, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 226
    • Relation of Hardness to Constitution, J. Neill Greenwood, 248
  • Institute, The Textile:
    • Education from the Standpoint of the Business Man, Sir Frank Warner, 382
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
    • Classification of Automobile Literature, Mr.E. A. Savage’s Scheme, 170
    • Commercial Steels and their Heat Treatment, J. B. Hoblyn, 430
    • Some Experiments on Notched Bars, Captain Philpot, 338
  • Institution of Civil Engineers:
    • Awards for Papers, 382
    • Centenary, 21, 26 ; (Letter), 49
    • Election of Officers for 1918-1919, 382
    • Pass List, February Examinations, 1918, 570
  • Institution of Electrieal Engineers:
    • Overseas Distribution of Engineering Appliances, Leonard Andrews, 355, 367
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland:
    • Welding Systems, Captain James Caldwell, 329
  • Institution of Locomotive Engineers :
    • Coal and Mineral Traffic on the Railways of the United Kingdom, H. Kelway Bamber, 546
    • LEEDS CENTRE— Chairman’s Inaugural Address, Standardisation of Locomotives, H. N. Gresley, 477
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
    • Annual Meeting and Report, 160
    • Efficient Utilisation of Labour in Engineering Factories ; Women’s Work, Ben H. Morgan, 409, 432
    • Employment of Women in Munition Factories, Miss O. E. Monkhouse, 246, 249, 409
    • Traction on Bad Roads or Land, L. A. Legros, 71, 86, 160
    • Utility of Motor Tractors for Tillage Purposes, A. Amos, 71, 130, 160
  • Institution of Municipal Engineers:
    • Lessons of the War as Applied to Roads and Bridges', Commander Walter Maughan, 413
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
    • Air Supply to Boiler-rooms, R. W. Allen, 291
    • Annual Spring Meeting, 251, 257, 259, 267, 279, 290, 459
    • Effect of the Longitudinal Motion of a Ship on its Statical Transverse Stability, Mr. G. S. Baker and Miss E. M. Keary, 290
    • Effects of Explosions of Mines and Torpedoes on the Structure of Merchant Vessels, Report of Committee, 247, 251, 255
    • Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram and its Practical Usefulness, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 290
    • Most Suitable Sizes and Speeds for General Cargo Steamers, J. Anderson, 267
  • Institution of Naval Architects (continued) :
    • Papers by Major Denny and Mr. T. G. Owens Thurston on Use of Reinforced Concrete in Shipbuilding ; Discussion, 290
    • Problems of the Future in the Design and Construction of Merchant Ships, W. S. Abell, 267
    • Programme of Meetings, 218
    • Reinforced Concrete Vessels, W. Pollock, 278, 279, 290
    • Report, and Lord Durham’s Presidential Address, 251
    • Shearing Force and Bending Moment Acting on the Structure of a Ship, &c., A. M. Robb,291
    • Some Notes on the Importance of Research in Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 267, 459
    • Standard Cargo Ships, Sir George Carter, 252, 257, 259
    • Stress Distribution in Bolts and Nuts, C. E. Stronicyer, 290
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
    • Ferro-Concrete Ships, T. J. Gueritte, 237
  • Institution of Petroleum Technologists :
    • A New British Oil Industry, 166
  • Institution, Royal:
    • Internal Ballistics, Lieut.-Col. A. G. Hadcock, 490
    • National Physical Laboratory, Sir R. Glazebrook’s Lecture, 180, 188, 202
    • Romance of Petroleum, Sir B. Redwood, 518
    • Tyndall Lectures, Synchronous Signalling and Safety at Sea, Professor J. Joly, 331
  • Institution of Water Engineers:
    • Industrial Council for Waterworks Undertakings, 538
    • Summer General Meeting, 538
    • Training of Water Engineers, 538
  • Society, Ceramic :
    • Fused Bauxite, 431
    • Other Papers, 431
    • Presidential Address, 431
    • Supplies in Sheffield District, 431
  • Society, Chemical :
    • Vacuum Balance Cases, B. Blount and W. H. Woodcock, 148 ; (Letter), 249
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
    • LONDON SECTION—
      • Acid Resisting Iron, S. J. Tungay, 238
      • Meeting to Discuss Formation of a New Association, 115
  • Society of Engineers :
    • Presidential Address, Advances in Engineering Since the Society’s Foundation, W. B. Esson, 169
  • Society, Faraday :
    • Co-ordination of Scientific Publication, 402, 407
    • Determination of the Temperature of Liquid Steel under Industrial Conditions, Cosmo Johns, 389
    • Pyrometry, S. A. Main, 52
    • Setting of Cements and Plasters, Discussion, 78
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
    • High Temperature Processes and Products, Cantor Lecture, C. R. Darling, 80, 118
  • AUSTRALIA, Alunite Deposits of, 269
  • Automatic Shell Conveyor, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 274, 284
  • Automatic Telephony, Progress of, 451

B

  • BAKER, G. S., and Miss E. M. Keary, on the Effect of the LongitudinaJ Motion of a Ship on its Statical Transverse Stability, 290
  • Balance Cases, Vacuum, B. Blount and W. H. Woodcock, 148 ; (Letter), 249
  • Ball Bearings, Manufacture of, Skefko Ball Bearing Co., 309, 356, 357, 358, 359, 362

C

  • CAISSON, Large Open-well, Sinking, 531
  • Caldwell, Captain James, on Welding Systems, 329
  • Canals, Mid-Scotland Ship, 111, 113, 192
  • Cantor Lecture—see Associations, Society, Royal of Arts
  • Carpenter, Herbert, on a Modern Light Machine Shop, W. Avery and Co., 102
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Miss C. F. Elam, on an Investigation on Unsound ?Castings of Admiralty Bronze, &c., 270
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C., on the Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram and its Practical Usefulness, 290
  • Carter, Sir G., on Standard Cargo Ships, 252, 255, 257, 259
  • Casting—see also Die-casting
  • Castings, Unsound, of Admiralty Bronze, &c., Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 270
  • Catalogues, 131, 153, 239, 307, 347, 391, 462, 502, 568
  • Cements and Plasters, Setting of, Discussion at the Faraday Society, 78
  • Central Heating, M. Bosquet on, 82
  • Charpy, Monsieur, Impact Tests on Amsler Machine, 435
  • Checking of Maintenance Costs, F. T. Clapham, 343
  • Chemical Science, What Industry Owes to, 210
  • Clapham, F. T., on The Checking of Maintenance Costs, 343
  • Clutch, Differential Electro-magnetic, W. L. Davies and A. Soames, 78
  • Clutch, Electro-magnetic, for Planing Machines, Glenfield and Kennedy, 366
  • COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:
    • By-product Coke Oven Installation, Thornaby Ironworks, 402, 403
    • Coal Gas—see Gas
    • Coal Handling Plant at Oran, Algeria, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 204, 208
    • Coal and Mineral Traffic on the Railways of the United Kingdom, N. Kelway-Bamber, 546
    • Electric Power Supply and Coal Conservation, 285, 364, 493, 498
    • Electricity and Coal, 365
    • Importance of Coke Hardness, G. D. Cochrane, 401
    • Nationalisation of Coal Mines, 515
    • Preservation of Timber in Coal Mines, Professor P. Groom, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 126
    • Submerged Coal Storage Basin, 140
    • Switzerland, Coal and Electricity Question in, 24
  • COCHRANE, G. D., on Importance of Coke Hardness, 401
  • Combined Steam and Westinghouse Brake Valve, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 324 ; (Letters), 347
  • Commerce and our Universities, 386
  • Compressors—see Air Compressors
  • Concrete Ships—see Ships
  • Container for Shell-bottling Dies, Ralph Welbury, 282
  • Contracts, 262, 308, 455
  • Conveyor, Shell, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 274, 284
  • Co-operation, 429
  • Co-operative Payment by Results, 419
  • Co-ordination of Scientific Publication, 402
  • Copper Tuyeres for Blast-furnaces, A. K. Reese, 400, 404
  • Cost Accounts, Use and Aim of, J. H. Guy, 373
  • Costs—see also Works
  • Current, Electric—see Electrical Matters

D

  • DARDANELLES—see Ships
  • Darling, C. R., Cantor Lecture on High Temperature Processes and Products, 80, 118
  • Davies, C. E., on Power Required by Cold Rolling Mills, 221
  • Demonstration of Tractors and Ploughs in Scotland, 223
  • Derailment—see Railways
  • Determination of Steel Temperature—see Iron and Steel
  • Diamond, Formation of, Sir C. Parsons, 386, 410
  • Die Casting of Aluminium Bronze, H. Whitaker and H. Rix, 248, 281
  • Dies, Shell-bottling, Container for, Ralph Welbury, 282
  • Differential Electro-magnetic Clutch, W. L. Davies and A. Soames, 78
  • Dissolved Acetylene and its Storage, 125
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drop Stamp Foundation, Repairing, 534
  • Drop Stamp, Friction, 9J-Ton, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 344
  • Dutton, Frank, on a New System of Transport, 550
  • Dye Industry, The British, 489

E

  • EDUCATION and Business, 382
  • Edwards, Professor C. A., on the Hardening and Tempering of Steel, 161
  • Effects of Explosions of Mines—see Mines Efficient Utilisation of Labour—see Labour
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS:
    • Automatic Hydro-electric Generating Station, Iowa, 316
    • Coal Conservation, Electric Supply and, 285, 364, 493, 498
    • Coal and Electricity Question in Switzerland, 24
    • Current Limiting Reactances, 323
    • Davies-Soames Differential Electro-magnetic Clutch, 78
    • Electric Commercial Vehicle, 312
    • Electrical Energy from the Volterra “Soffioni,” 124
    • Electric Power Supply, Board of Trade Committee’s Report, Interim, 364 ; Report, 477, 493, 498
    • Electrical Trades After the War, Report of Board of Trade Committee, 563
    • Electricity and Coal, 365
    • Electricity Supply, Views on, 364
    • Electro-Culture, Position of, 144, 162
    • Future of Electric Power Supply, 560 Greaves-Etchells Electric Furnace, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
    • “Lcctroflater ”—see Air Compressors
    • Lighting—see Lighting, Marine
    • Locomotive, Electric Battery, for Copper Works, North Staffordshire Railway Company,'213
    • Long Distance Power Transmission, 522
    • Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace, 38
    • National Electric Supply—see Electric Power Supply
    • Rolling Mills, Electrically-driven, L. Rothera, 142, 146
    • Ship Propulsion—see also Letters to the Editor
    • Turbo-alternators, Fifty-thousand Kilovolt- Ampere, 303
    • United States, Electrical Progress in the, 413
    • Welding Systems, Captain James Caldwell, 329
    • Wulsty Castle, Turbo-electric Ship, Machinery, 423, 428
    • Yorkshire Electric Power Company, A. G. Lupton, 197
  • ELECTRO-MAGNETIC Clutch for Planing Machines, Glenfield and Kennedy, 366
  • Ellis, O. W., on Lead Tin Antimony Alloys, 270 Employment of Women—see Labour
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
      • Locomotive Engines—see Locomotives, also Railway Locomotives
    • General:
      • Research in Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 267, 459
    • Internal Combustion Engines :
      • Aero Engines, Mercedes 240 H.P. and 180 H.P., 446, 450, 467 ; (Letters), 512, 531
      • Gotha Biplane Mercedes Engine, 182, 183
      • Kromhout Marine Engine, 350 B.H.P., Messrs. Goedkoop, 36
      • Maybach and Mercedes Engines, 156, 157, 182, 183 ; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382
      • Quick Starting Device for Oil Engines, British Westinghouse Company, 37
      • Three-crank Double-acting Gas Engine, British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 452
      • Zeppelin and the Gotha, Engines of, 156, 157, 182, 183*; (Letters), 193, 227, 272, 316, 382
  • ENGINEER Volunteers, County of London, 20, 42, 63, 88, 110, 130, 153, 176, 198, 220, 242, 264, 284, 303, 325, 352, 373, 391, 418, 440, 462, 482, 503, 524, 548, 570
  • Engineering, Advances Made in, W. B. Esson, 169
  • Engineering Equipment at Hong-Kong University, 136, 164, 168, ] 99 (Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918)
  • Engineering Industries, New, 319
  • Engineering, Links in the History of, Rhys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492
  • Engineering Standards Committee re-named, 534
  • Engineering Trade, Report of Committee, 537, 541
  • Engineers’ Club, Proposed, for the Midlands, 455
  • Esson, W. B., on Advances made in Engineering since Foundation of the Society of Engineers, 169
  • Experiments on Notched Bars, Captain Philpot, 338
  • Explosions of Mines—see Mines
  • Explosives, Liquid Oxygen, Progress of, 506
  • Explosives, Military—see War Material
  • Extemporised Munition Factory—see Works

F

  • FACTORIES—see Works
  • Feeder Head for Ingot Moulds, R. B. Parks, 369
  • Ferro-concrete Ships—see Ships
  • Ferry—see Train Ferry
  • Fiat Works—see Works
  • Firelighters for Locomotives, M. Glover and Co., 412
  • Food Preservation—see Refrigeration
  • Foreign Industries, 33
  • Formation of Diamond, Sir C. Parsons, 386, 410
  • Forth and Clyde Canal—see Mid-Scotland
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 17, 42, 63, 85, 109, 127, 149, 171, 193, 215, 239, 262, 280, 303, 328, 351, 372, 394, 416, 438, 462, 477, 502, 524, 546, 568
  • Foundations of Reconstruction, 165
  • French Centenarian Engineer, Monsieur Jules Gaudry, 439
  • French Light Agricultural Tractor, Ateliers Vve. A. de Mesmey, 300
  • French National Engineering Congress, 304
  • Friction Drop Stamp, 9|-Ton, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 345
  • Friedrichshafen Bombing Biplane—see Aeronautics
  • Fry, Lawford W., on the Transfer of Heat between a Flowing Gas and a Containing Flue, 447
  • Fuel Economy in Blast-furnaces, T. C. Hutchinson, 400
  • Fuel, Patent. Possibilities, 530
  • Fuel, Pulverised, for Steam Boilers, 455
  • Furnace, Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace Corporation, 38
  • Furnace, Reverberatory Gas, Richmond, 337
  • Furnace, Shell Nosing, Meldrums, Limited, 294
  • Furnace, The Autogas, for Gasworks Coke, J. Wright and Co., 369
  • Furnace, The Greaves-Etchells Electric, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
  • Fuses—see War Material
  • Future of British Shipbuilding—see Ships
  • Future of Electric Power—see Electrical Matters Future of the Gas Industry, 494

G

  • GAS, Coal, for Motor Cars, 230
  • Gas-coke, Producer-fired Furnace, A. B. Roxburgh, 369
  • Gas Industry, The Future of the, 494
  • Gas Traction, Interim Report, 380
  • Gauges, Optical Projection Apparatus for Testing, 346
  • Gauges, Screw, Pitch Measuring Machine for, Bingham Powell, 126
  • Geddes, Sir E., on the Navy Estimates, 206, 209
  • German Aircraft—see Aeronautics
  • German Competition, Meaning and Method of, E. T. Good, 333
  • Gibraltar Tunnel, 338
  • Glasgow University—see Commerce, &c.
  • Glass Department, Sheffield University, 516
  • Glass Tank Furnace, Gas-coke Producer-fired, J. Wright and Co., 369
  • Glazebrook, Sir R., Lecture at the Royal Institution on the National Physical Laboratory, 180, 188, 202
  • Good, E. T., on the Meaning and Methods of German Competition, 333
  • Good, E. T., on Wages and Profits in British Industry, 47
  • Graphical Representation of Locomotive Performance, H. Holcroft, 353, 376
  • Greaves-Etchells Electric Furnace, T. H. Watson and Co., Limited, 54, 59
  • Greenwood, J. Neill, on the Relation of Hardness to Constitution, 248
  • Gresley, H. N., on Standardisation of Locomotives, 477
  • Grinding—see Machine Tools
  • Groom, Professor P., on the Preservation of Timber in Coal Mines, 126
  • Gueritte, T. J., on Ferro-concrete Ships, 237
  • Guest-Lenox System of Building Construction, 269
  • Gulliver, Dr. G. H., on Grain Size, 249
  • Guns and Gunnery—see War Material
  • Gustave Canet Lecture—see Paragraphs Index
  • Guy, J. H.. on the Use and Aim of Cost Accounts, 373

H

  • HACK-SAWS—see Machine Tools
  • Hadcock, Lieut.-Col. A. G., on Internal Ballistics, 490
  • Hall, Sir A., on Artificial Manures from Blastfurnaces, 80
  • Hardening—see Iron and Steel
  • Hardness, Relation of, to Constitution, J. N. Greenwood, 24 8
  • Heating, Central, M. Bosquet on, 82
  • Hichens, W. L., Some Problems, of Modern Industry, Watt Lecture, 67
  • High Temperature Processes and Products, Cantor Lecture, C. R. Darling, 80, 118
  • Hill, Sir Norman, on the State and Shipping, 196
  • History of Engineering, Links in the, Rhys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492
  • Hoblyn, J. B., on Commercial Steels and their Heat Treatment, 430
  • Holcroft, H., on the Graphical Representation of Locomotive Performance, 353, 376
  • Hong-Kong University, Engineering Equipment at, 136, 164, 168, 199 (Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918)
  • Houston, Sir A. C., Report of Metropolitan Water Board, 552, 559
  • Hutchinson, T. C., on Fuel Economy in Blastfurnaces, 400
  • Hydro-electric Generating Station, Automatic, Iowa, 316
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Long Distance Power Transmission, 522

I

  • IMPACT Test, Value of, 338
  • Impact Testing Machine, The Amsler, 435
  • Income Tax Concession, 338 ; (Letter), 360
  • Industrial Bureaux of Information, Mr. E. A. Savage’s Scheme, 170
  • Industrial Organisation, 255
  • Industrial Prospect, 12
  • Industrial Questions—see also Labour
  • Industrial Reconstruction, Problems of, 91
  • Industrial and Scientific Research in Italy, 178
  • Industries, New, for Engineers, 105
  • Industry, Specialisation in, 397
  • Industry, What it Owes to Chemical Science, 210
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations, &c.
  • Internal Ballistics, Lieut.-Col. A. G. Hadcock, 490
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines, also Locomotives
  • IRON AND STEEL: (See also Annual Article)
    • Acid Resisting Iron, S. J. Tungay, 238
    • British Iron Ore Supplied, 322
    • By-product Coke Oven Installation, Thornaby Ironworks, 402, 403
    • Caen Blast-furnace Works, 237
    • Commercial Steels and their Heat Treatment, J. B. Hoblyn, 430
    • Determination of the Temperature of Liquid Steel under Industrial Conditions, Cosmo Johns, 389
    • Effect of Mass on Heat Treatment, E. F. Law, 445
    • Effects of Cold Working on Steel, Papers by J. H. Whiteley and J. A.Van den Broek, 443
    • Failure in Boiler Plates, A Cause of, Dr. Walter Rosenhain and D. Hanson, 444
    • Feeder Head for Ingot Moulds, R. B. Parks, 369
    • Furnaces—see also Furnace
    • Hardening and Tempering of Steel, Professor C. A. Edwards, 161
    • Inclusions in Steel and Ferrite Lines, Dr. J. E. Stead, 422
    • Institute, Iron and Steel—see also Associations
    • Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram and its Practical Usefulness, Professor H. C. Carpenter, 290
    • Iron Ore of China, 315
    • Japan, Steel Industry in, 476
    • Jurassic Iron Ores of Great Britain, Dr. F. H. Hatch, 421
    • Ludlum Electric Steel Furnace, 38
    • Notched Bars, Some Experiments on, Captain Philpot, 338
    • Procedure for Obtaining Steel, H.M. Steel Superintendent’s, 170
    • Refractory Materials, Ceramic Society’s Conference, 431
    • Steel Outlook, 474
    • Steel Production of the Nations at War, E. F. Lange, 262
    • Steel Rails, New Tests for, Pennsylvania Railroad, 542
    • Trusts, 122
  • IRRIGATION Scheme on the River Murray, South Australia, 15
  • Italy, Industrial and Scientific Research in, 178
  • Italy, Volterra “ Soffioni ” ; Borax Recovery and Electrical Energy, 124

J

  • JAPANESE Naval Expansion, 206
  • Japan, Shipbuilding and Shipping in, 292
  • Jenkins, Rhys, on Links in the History of Engineering, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492
  • Johns, Cosmo, on the Determination of the Temperature of Liquid Steel under Industrial Conditions, 389
  • Joints and Jointing Materials, 212
  • Joly, Professor J., Tyndall Lectures on Synchronous Signalling, &c., 331

K

  • KELWAY-BAMBER, H„ on Coal and Mineral Traffic on the Railways of the United Kingdom, 546
  • Kitchener Scholarships, 438

L

  • LABORATORY—see also National
  • Laboratory, Testing, at the Fiat Works, Turin, 555, 558
  • LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:
    • Bracebridge Hall Club, Lincoln,. 203, 232, 236, 237
    • Co-operation, 429
    • Co-operative Payment by Results, 419 ; (Letters), 455, 512
    • Efficient Utilisation of Labour in Engineering Factories, with Special Reference to Women’s Work, Ben. H. Morgan, 409, 432
    • Employers and the Trade Boards Bill, 503
    • Employment of Women in Munition Factories, Miss O. E. Monkhouse, 246, 249, 409 ; (Letter), 294
    • Foundations of Reconstruction, 165
    • Industrial Organisation, 255
    • Industrial Prospect, 12
    • Lost Time, 341 ; (Letters), 227, 272, 294, 316, 360
    • Payment by Results, 55—see also Co-operative Payment
    • Shop Stewards, 8
    • Standing Industrial Council ; Whitley Report 538
    • Wages and Profits in British Industry, E. T. Good, 47
    • War Wages in England and France, 331
    • Whitley Report, 165, 395, 538
    • Women, Employment of, in Munition Factories, Miss O. E. Monkhouse, 246, 249 ; (Letter), 294
    • Women in French Industry, 228
    • Workpeople’s Welfare at a French Explosives Factory, 25
    • Works Committees, 473
  • LANCHESTER Works, System at, 133
  • Lange, E. F., on the Steel Production of the Nations at War, 262
  • Latent Heat of Steam Investigations, Regnault’s, F. B. Aspinall, 525
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • LATIN-AMERICAN NOTES 302:
    • Constructional Materials in Venezuela, 303
    • Fibre Machinery in Request, 303
    • Machine Tools for Chile, 303
    • Sugar Machinery for Argentina, 302
  • LAUNDRY Machinery, Recent Steam, 265
  • Law, E. F., on Effect of Mass on Heat Treatment, 445
  • LEADERS:
    • Activated Sewage Sludge, 297
    • Admiralty and Camouflage, 55
    • Aeronautics after the War, 33
    • After Shipbuilding, Railways, 233
    • Agricultural Power Machinery, 143
    • American Navy in 1917, 75
    • Commerce and Our Universities, 386
    • Commercial Prospects of the Aeroplane, 99
    • Concrete Ships, 297
    • Co-operation, 429
    • Dardanelles Naval Success, 76
    • Foreign Industries, 33
    • Foundations of Reconstruction, 165
    • Future of British Shipbuilding, 559
    • Giant Aeroplanes, 537
    • Industrial Organisation, 255
    • Industrial Prospect, 12
    • Loss and Replacement of Tonnage, 256
    • Lost Time, 341
    • Merchant Ship Mortality, 255
    • National Electric Supply, 493
    • Nationalisation of Coal Mines, 515
    • Naval Situation, 473
    • Navy’s Way, The, 385
    • New Engineering Industries, 319
    • New Long Range Gun, 275
    • New Move Against the Submarines, 407
    • Passenger Traffic on Railways, 319
    • Payment by Results, 55
    • Position of Electro-Culture, 144
    • Proceedings, 407
    • Progress of Automatic Telephony, 451
    • Proposed New British Oil Industry, 165
    • Prospect—1918, 11
    • Railway Nationalisation Again, 276
    • Railway Reform, 187
    • Railway Travelling in Fog, 121
    • Reconstruction Policy and its Critics, 233
    • Research and Co-operation, 188
    • Revival of Sheffield Light Trades, 429
    • Science and the Nation, 341
    • Season Tickets—A Suggestion, 451
    • Sheffield Metallurgists and Chemists, 56
    • Ships our Need, 209
    • Small Tool Trade, 494
    • Standard Locomotives, 537
    • Steel Outlook, 474
    • Submarine Campaign, 12
    • Submarines and America, 515
    • Trusts, 122
    • Unsinkable Merchant Ships, 99
    • Views on Electricity Supply, 364
    • Water Sterilisation and “ Taste,” 559
    • What Industry Owes to Chemical Science, 210
    • Work of British Submarines, 363
    • Works Committees, 473
  • LEGROS, L. A., on Traction on Bad Roads or Land, 71, 86, 160
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:
    • England, North of, 18, 40, 61, 84, 107, 128, 160, 172, 194, 216, 240, 261, 283, 305, 326, 349, 370, 392, 414, 436, 456, 478, 501, 520, 544, 566
    • Lancashire, 18, 39, 60, 83, 106, 127, 150, 172, 195, 216, 240, 260, 282, 304, 326, 348, 370, 392, 414, 436, 456, 478, 500, 520, 543, 566
    • Midlands and Staffordshire, 17, 39, 60, 80, 106, 127, 149, 171, 194, 215, 239, 260, 282, 304, 326, 348, 370, 392, 414, 436, 456, 477, 500, 519, 543, 566
    • Scotland, 19, '41, 62, 85, 108, 129, 151, 174, 196, 217, 242, 261, 283, 305, 328, 350, 372, 393, 415, 437, 458, 479, 502, 521, 545, 568
    • Sheffield, 19, 40, 61, 84, 106, 129, 151, 173, 194, 217, 241, 260, 282, 305, 327, 349, 371, 393, 415, 437, 457, 479, 500, 521, 544, 567
    • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 19, 41, 62, 85, 108, 129, 152, 174, 196, 218, 242, 262, 284, 306, 328, 350, 372, 394, 416, 438, 457, 479, 602, 522, 545, 568
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
    • Agricultural Tractors, H. G. Read, 192
    • British Locomotives—see Locomotives Canals, J. Walwyn White, 272
    • Circumference of an Ellipse, A. H. Britton, 72 ; M. F. Fitzgerald, 96
    • Combined Steam and Westinghouse Brakes, J. W. Cross, 347 ; Westinghouse Brake Company, 347
    • Co-operative Payment-by-Results, M. R. B., 455
    • Dates of Books, 347
    • Decimal Coinage. 4 2
    • Depreciation, W. G., 360
    • Economic History and its Lesson to the Manufacturer of To-day, H. F. Smith, 511
    • Education Bill, R. T. Nugent, 412
    • Educational Problem, Parent, 360
    • Electrical Propulsion of Ships, Stabilimento Elettrotecnico Gio. Ansaldo and Co., 435 : W. P. Durtnall, 455
    • Employment of Aliens, C. McGill, 435
    • Engineers and India, Ajac, 511
    • Farm Tractors, Ulster, 227
    • Geared Air Propellers, W. B. Challen, 512 ; W. P. Durtnall, 531
    • Goods Clearing House System, Headley, 227 High Pressure Steam, E. C. Bowden Smith; 96 ; Recorder, 171, 193 ; W. H. Booth, 193 ; F. W. Brewer, 249 ; C. R. K., 454
    • Institution of Civil Engineers, R. B. P., 49; Arthur Lee, 96
    • Internal Combustion Engines, Geo. T. Pardoe, 193, 272 ; J. Dunlop, 227, 316, 382
    • Large Electric Generation Stations, H. W. Morley, 27
    • “Limitation of the Balance” and “Balance Vacuum Case,” James Dobson, 249
    • Locomotives, W. G. Landon, 412 ; F. W. Brewer, 477
    • Lost Time—see Wanted, &c.
    • Madsen Gun, E. G. Leeding, 512
    • M. I. D., The, C. H. Beadle, 17
    • National Association of Industrial Chemists, F. N. Harrap, 171
    • Native Pumps in India, Col. A. J. Wake, 27 ; Geo. T. Pardoe, 49
    • On Being Right, E. C. Bowden-Smith, 215
    • Patent Fuel Possibilities, Shalefinder, 530
    • Patent Law Reform, James Keith, 17, 49, 72, 171
    • Patent Agent, 27 ; H. T. P. Gee, 49
    • Payment by Results, H. C. Armitage, 512
    • Practice in Bridge and Girder Yards from a Theoretical Standpoint, P. E. L. Hayley, 382 ; G. Kenworthy, 476 ; C. Gribble, 512 ; H. R. White, 531
    • Protection of Merchant Ships Against Torpedoes and Mines, S. W. Barnaby. 272
    • Rarer Key Minerals, S. J. Johnstone, 17, Rastrick, John, Arthur Lee, 96
    • Rastrick’s Thrashing Machine, Arthur Lee, 214, 249
    • Reconstruction, A. H. Paterson, 215
    • Restrictions on the Employment of Engineers, Efficiency, 455 ; A. W. Kemp, 511
    • Ruin which Follows Restriction of Output, W. J. Wardale, 226
    • Salaries of Science Masters, J. Walmsley, 272 ; H. G. Williams, 294
    • Speed Meters for Aircraft, J. Carlier, 512
    • Standardised Ships, A. R. Liddell, 72
    • Superheated v. Saturated Steam, E. W. Sargeant, 531
    • That Extra Hour, Samson Clark, 360
    • Uniflow Engine, C. C. Trump, 214
    • Wanted—A Remedy for Lost Time, Shop Superintendent, 227 ; A Work’s Manager, 272 ; James Keith, 294, 360 ; Moss Gear Company, 316 ; J. W. Dugdale-Bradley, 316 ; Workman, 412 ; W. G. Langdon, 412 ; Another Workman, 435
    • Windmills, Pastoralist, 49
    • Wolfe-Barry, The Late Sir J., Charles Bright, 96
    • Women in Engineering Works, C. Wicksteed, 294

LIGHTING, Marine, Recent Developments in, 155, 201, 225 Lincoln—see Bracebridge Links in the History of Engineering, Rhys Jenkins, 311, 445, 486, 488, 492 Liquid Oxygen Explosives, Progress of, 506 LITERATURE : Reviews: Aeronautics in Theory and Experiment, W. L. Cowley and H. Levy, 321, 387 Broaches and Broaching, Ethan Viall, 321 Edible Oils and Fats, C. Ainsworth Mitchell, 431, 452

 Fighting Ships, 1917, 235

How to Make the Railways Pay for the War, or the Transport Problem Solved, R. Horniman, 179 Industrial Chemistry, Elements of, Allen Rogers, 321 Inquiry into the Analytical Mechanism of the Internal Ear, Sir T. Wrightson, 471 Ordnance and Gunnery, Text-book of, Lieut.- Col. W. H. Tschappat, 257, 452 Theory of the Submarine Telegraph and Telephone C^ble, H. W. Malcolm, 539 Tidal Lands, A. E. Carey and F. W. Oliver, 431, 516 Short Notices: Aviation Engines, Lieut. Viet. W. Page, 321’ 452 Health in Camp, Austin T. Nankivell, 101 Oils, Fats and Waxes, Technical Handbook of, P. J. Fryer and F. E. Weston, 101 Physics, A Text-book of, J. Duncan and S. G. Starling, 257, 470 Practical Flying, Flight Commander W. G. McMinnies, 470

 Relief from Floods, J. W. Alvord and C. B.
    Burdick, 321, 452
 Strength of Ships, J. B. Thomas, 291, 452

Tables of British Decimal Coinage and Metric and British Weights and Measures, 470 Books Received: Aeronautical Words and Phrases, Glossary of, with English-French Terms, &c., 321 Aircraft, A Dictionary of, W. E. Dommett, 180 Airfare of To-day and of the Future, Edgar C. Middleton, 257 Applied Motion Study, F. B. Gilbreth and L. M. Gilbreth, 321 Athenceum, The—Subject Index to Periodicals, 1916, 431 Australia, Commonwealth of—Quarantine Service—Storage and Distribution of Water on Ships, A. E. Wadsworth, 539 Bath in History and Social Tradition, 291 Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Year

    Book, 1917, 35

Board of Trade Examination Calculations for First-class Engineers, P. Youngson and J. H. Shaw, 539 Bolletin Minero (Mexican Department of Mines), Vol. IV., 57

 Born Fool, The, J. W. Byrd, 35

Briquetting, A Handbook of, G. Franke, Vol. II., 539 Britain’s Heritage of Science, A. Schuster and A. E. Shipley, 101 British Engineering Index and Buyers’ Manual, 1918, 123 British Rainfall, 1916, H. R. Mill and C.

    Salter, 35

LITERATURE (continued)'. Books Received (continued)'. Caleul des Systdmes Elastiques de la Construction, Ernest Flamard, 257

 CANADA : DEPARTMENT OF MINES :

Bulletin No. 16, Mineral Springs of Canada, Part I., The Radio-Activity of Some Canadian Mineral Springs, Dr. J. Salterly and R. T. Elworthy, 257 Iron Ore Occurrences in Canada, Vol. I., E. Lindeman and L. L. Bolton, 101 Summary Report of the Mines Branch for 1916, 291 City and Guilds of London Institute, Department of Technology, Report, 1916—17, 123

Clearing the Ground, “ Lumber Man,” 291 Concrete Cottages, Small Garages and Farm
    Buildings, Albert Lakeman, 321

Cours de Geom6trie Pure et Appliqu6e de 1’Ecole Poly technique, Maurice d’Ocagne, 431 Cours de Mdcanique Profess6 & 1’Ecole Polytechnique, Leon Lecornu, 431

 Design of Toothed Gear, Claude W. Hill, 470

Directory of Paper Makers of the United Kingdom for 1918, 431 Distances, Absolute Magnitudes and Spectra of 734 Stars, arranged for Use with Star Maps, T. E. Heath, 35 Drainage Problems of the East, C. C. James, 470

 Education of Engineers, H. G. Taylor, 101

Electricity Meters, their Construction and Management, C. H. W. Gerhardi, 32]

 Electricity, The Theory of, G. H. Livens, 321
 Engineering for Masonry Dams, W. P.
    Creager, 235

Engineering Mathematics, C. P. Steinmetz, 101

 Evolution or Revolution, lonicus, 123
 Fleet Annual and Naval Year Book, 1917, L.
    Yexley, 35
 Fraudulent Standard, A. Kitson, 35

Fundamentals of Manufacturing Costs, Lawrence R. Dicksee, 13

 Fuselage Design, A. W. Judge, 431
 Gauges at a Glance, T. Taylor, 539
 Geology, Economic, The Principles of, W. H.
    Emmons, 321
  Great Debenture, The, Cecil Walton. 123 . Hand Grenades, Major Graham M. Ainslie, 257

Heat Drop Tables, H.P. Gauge Pressures, L.P. Absolute Pressures, H. Moss, 35 Hydraulics, Handbook of, for the Solution of Hydraulic Problems, H. W. King, 431 Income Tax at 6s. in the £, Table for Computing, Alex. S. Seller, 539

Industrial Arts Index, October, 1917, 57 Industrial Arts Index, February, 1918, 321 Industrial Arts Index, C. G. Noyes and L. D.
    Teich, 291
Industrial Fatigue, Lord Henry Bentinck, 539 Institut Colonial de Marseille : Section des Matidres Grasses, Bulletins 1 and 2, 35
 Irish Commercial and Railway Gazetteer, J.
    E. Leggatt, 123
 Iron Corrosion, L. E. And6s, 431

Irrigation Works Constructed by the United States Government, A. P. Davis, 257

 Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1917, 77

Japan, Seventeenth Financial and Economic Annual of, 1917, 35

Kinematics of Machinery, A. W. Klein, 77 Konizitat der Radreifen und die Fahrt auf
  Gerader Strecke, Dr. U. V. Ruegger, 321 Labour and Capital After the War, 321 Laying Off, or the Geometry of Shipbuilding,
    E. L. Attwood and I. C. J. Cooper, 123

Liquid Fuels, Internal Combustion Engines, Harold Moore, 235 Liverpool Engineering Society, “ Transactions,” Vol. XXXVII., 35

 Lloyd’s Diagram for Calculations, H. G.
    Lloyd, 35

Lockwood’s Builders’ and Contractors’ Price Book, 1918, 321 Machine Design, Construction and Drawing, H. J. Spooner, 35 Machine Design, Elements of, O. A. Leut- wiler, 35 Machine and Fitting Shop Practice, G. W. Burley, 235 Mathematics, Elementary, Application to Wireless Telegraphy, Short Course, S. J. Willis, 101 Mathematics for Engineers, Part I., W. N. Rose, 321 Mechanical Engineer’s Pocket Book of Tables, &c., D. Kinnear Clarke, 123 Mechanical Equipment of Buildings, L. A. Harding and A. C. Willard, 235 Metallurgical Calculations, J. W. Richards, 431 Mexico-Secretaria de Industria, Comercio y Trabajo, Department of Mines, “ Boletin Minero,” 431 Military Explosives, Notes on, E. M. Weaver, 235

Modern Coking Practice, J. E. Christopher, 57 Modern Workshop Practice, E. Pull, 35

Motors in a Nutshell, Captain S. Bramley- Moore, 13 Munro’s Marine Engineering Annual, Pocket Book and Diary, 1918, 13 National Physical Laboratory, Notes on Screw Gauges, 57 Northern Coal, Iron and Steel Companies, 101 Oils, Fats and Waxes, Technical Handbook of, Vol. I., 2nd Edition, P. J. Fryer and F. E. Weston, 539

 Organic Compounds of Arsenic and Antimony,
    G. T. Morgan, 431
 Practical Electricity, T. Croft, 35

Practical Mathematicsfor Technical Students, E. L. Bates and F. Charlesworth, 57

 Precision Grinding Machines, T. R. Shaw, 35

Principles, Operation and Products of the Blast-furnace, J. E. Johnson, 539 Principles and Practice of Harbour Engineering, Brysson Cunningham, 431 Principles of Urban Traffic, H. W. D. Stone, 77 Production of Iron and Steel in Canada, 1916, J. Me Leith, 13 Protective Clothing for Women and Girl Workers, 13 LITERATURE (continued): Books Received (continued)'. Resistance of Air, Lieut.-Col. R. de Villamil, 257 Russian Riddle, Zinovy N. Preev, 431 Scientific Industrial Efficiency, Dwight T.

    Farnham, 431

Ship Calculations, Construction and Operation, Handbook of, C. H. Hughes, 321 Short Logarithmic and Other Tables, Dr. W. Cawthorne Unwin, 123 Slaughter-house Reform, S. M. Dodington, 57 Smithsonian Institution : Report on the Progress and Condition of the United States National Museum, to June 30th, 1916, 321

 Some War Impressions, Jeffrey Farnol, 257
 South and East Africa, Guide to, 1918, A. S.
    Brown and G. C. Brown, 321

Sterling Decimal Coinage, W. L. Craig, 539 Structures, Theory of, Arthur Morley, 321 Tables, Numeriques Usuelles, L. Zoretti, 321 Telegraph Practice, John Lee, 13 Terms of Industrial Peace, A. Ramsay, 35 Theory and Operation of Direct Current Machinery, C. M. Jansky, 180 Training of our Industrial Forces, H. F. L. Orcutt, 123

 Transmission Gears, Edward Butler, 257

Technologic Paper of the Bureau of Standards, No. 100, Determination of Absolute Viscosity by Short Tube Viscosimeters, W. H. Herschel, 123 United States Department of Commerce, List of Publications of the Department, Available for Distribution, 57 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR : BUREAU OF MINES : Annual Report by Director of Bureau of Mines to Secretary of the Interior to June 30th, 1917, 291

        Bulletins .•

159, Abstracts of Current Decisions on Mines and Mining, May to August, 1917, J. W. Thompson, 539 119, Analyses of Coal Purchased by the Government, 1908-1915, G. S. Pope, 57 125, Analytical Distillation of Petroleum, W. F. Rittman and E. W. Dean, 57 131, “ Approved Electric Lamps for Miners,” H. H. Clark and L. C. Ilsley, 291 130, “ Blast-furnace Breakouts, Explosions, and Slips,” &c., F. H. Wilcox, 291 ]58, “ Cost Accounting for Oil Producers,” C.G. Smith, 291 142, Mining Industry in Alaska in 1915, Sumner S. Smith, 57 153, Mining Industry in the Territory of Alaska, 1916, Sumner S. Smith, 539 111, Molybdenum: Its Ores and their Concentration, F. W. Horton, 57 109, Operating Details of Gas Producers, R. H. Fernaid, 57 148, Petroleum Technology 37, Methods for Increasing the Recovery from Oil Sands, J. O. Lewis, 539 122, Principles and Practice of Sampling Metallic Metallurgical Materials, E. Keller, 57 107, Prospecting and Mining of Copper Ore at Santa Rita, New Mexico, D. F. Macdonald and C. Enzian, 57

    141, “ Year Book of the Bureau of Mines,
      1916, ” Van H. Manning, 291

Monthly Statement of Coal Mine Fatalities in the United States, November, 1916, 57 ; April and May, 1917, 321 ; September and October, 1917, 291 ; November,

      1917, 431
        Technical Papers :

156, Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in^Steel Industry, J. A. Watkins, 57 158, Compressibility of Natural Gas and its Constituents, with Analysis, &c.,

      G. A. Burrell and J. W. Robertson, 291

148, Determination of Moisture in Coke, A. C. Fieldner and W. A. Selvig, 291 160, Determination of Nitrogen in Substances Used in Explosives, W. C. Cope and G. B. Taylor, 57 133, Directions for Sampling Coal for Shipment or Delivery, George S. Pope, 291 180, Firing Bituminous Coals in Large House-heating Boilers, S. B. Flagg, 539 149, FlotationJof Ores, Answers to Questions, O. C. Ralston, 57

    155, Gypsum Products, R. W. Stone, 539

87, Methods of Testing Natural Gas for Gasoline Content, G. A. Burrell and

      G. W. Jones, 57
    103, Organising and Safety Work in Mines,
      H. M. Wilson and J. R. Fleming, 57

169, Permissible Explosives Tested Prior to January 1st, 1917, S. P. Howell, 57 163, Physical and Chemical Properties of Gasolines Sold, &c., in 1915, W. F. Rittman and Others, 57

    177, Preparation of Ferro-Uranium, H. W.
      Gillett and E. L. Mack, 57

138, Safety Rules for Installing and Using Electrical Equipment in Bituminous Coal Mines, H. H. Clark and C. M. Means, 57 174, Suggestions for the Safe Operation of Gasoline Engines in Mines, R. H. Kudlieh and E. Higgins, 291 University College, Cork, Report, 1916-1917, 35

 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN :

Effect of Mouthpieces on Flow of Water through a Submerged Short Pipe, F. B. Seeley, 35 Utilisation of Pyrite Occurring in Illinois Bituminous Coal, E. A. Holbrook, 57 “ Verbal ” Notes and Sketches for Marine Engineers, J. W. M. Sothern, 35 Welfare and Housing, J. E. Hutton, 431 WESTERN AUSTRALIA—GEOLOGICAL SURVEY : Bulletin No. 60, General Index to Reports, 1870-1910, 57 Bulletin No. 66, Geology of the Uountry South of Kalgoorlie, C. S. Hinman, 13 Bulletin No. 63, Part II., The Gold Belt South of Southern Cross, T. Blatchford, 13 Geology and Mineral Resources of the Yilgarn Goldfield, 13

LITERATURE (continued): Books Received (continued): Warming Buildings by Hot Water, F. W. Dye, 123 What Industry--Owes to Science, R. B. Pilcher and F. Butler-Jones, 321 Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Year Book of, 1918, 431 Women in the Engineering Trades, Barbara Drake, 123 Wood and Other Organic Structural Materials, 0. H. Snow, 35, 277 Work and Training of the Royal Flying Corps, 35 LOCOMOTIVE, Electric Battery, for Copper Works, Built by North Staffordshire Railway Company, 213 Locomotives, Fireless and Internal Combustion. 419, 442, 448, 465, 472, 507 Locomotives of Special Types, Small, 419, 442, 448, 465, 472, 507 Locomotives—see also Railways Loco-Tractor, F. Dutton, 550 Lord Kitchener Scholarships, 438 Lost Time, 341 Lupton, A. G., on the Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 197 M MACHINE Shop, Modern Light, W. Avery and Co., Herbert Carpenter, 102 MACHINE TOOLS: Electro-magnetic Clutchfor Planing Machines, Glenfield and Kennedy, 366 Future of the Machine Tool Trade, Machine Tool Association Meeting, 192 Grinding Allowances, Alfred Herbert’s Chart, 243 Hack-sawing Machine, Edward G. Herbert, Limited, 250 Horizontal Spindle Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, G. and A. Harvey, Limited, 292 Lathe, 30in. Crank Pin, L. Gardner and Sons, Limited, 50 Nut Making Machine, Ernest Rollings, 510, 514 Rough Turning Shell Lathe, William Asquith, Limited, 236 Ship Plate Bending Press, Rollings and Guest, Limited, 413 Standardisation of Milling Cutters and Small Tools, 534 MACHINES for Producing 9.2in. Shells, W. L.

 Philip, 190, 191

Madsen Gun, .495 ; (Letter), 512 Main, S. A., on Pyrometry, 52 Manufacture of Ball Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, 309, 356, 357, 358, 359, 362 Manures—see Artificial Margarine, Manufacture of, 301 Marine Engines—see Engines Marine Lighting, Recent Developments in, 155, 201, 225 Meaning and Methods of German Competition, E. T. Good, 333 Measuring Machine, Simple Form of, Sir W. G.

  Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 302 Metals, Institute of—see Associations, &c.

Metals, Reinforcing, A New System of, C. W.

 Denny, 322

Meter, Steam Efficiency, Martindale Company, 39 Microscope, Use of the, in Engineering, W. E. W.

 Millington, 49

Mid-Scotland Ship Canals, 111, 113, 192 Military Matters—see War ’ Milling Machines—see Machine Tools Millington, W. E. W., on the Use of the Microscope in Engineering, 49 Mines and Torpedoes, Effects of Explosions of, on the Structure of Merchant Vessels, Committee’s Report, 247, 251, 255 ; (Letter), 272 Mining Regiment of United States Engineers, 69 MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS ORDERS : 21, 43, 81, 118, 167, 211, 329, 335, 365, 382, 413, 439, 447, 499, 556 Agricultural and Dairy Machines, Implements and Vehicles, 556 Ammonia and Ammoniacal Products, 447 Electricity Supply from Public Mains, 329 Engineers’ and Machinists’ Small Tools, 439 Experimental Construction of Aero-engines, 439 Gasworks Retort Carbon, Coke Oven Carbon, and Pitch Coke, 365

 Glass, 413
 High-speed Tool Steel, 167
 Hire of Railway Wagons, 556
 Iron and Steel, 81, 118

Lead—Additional Maximum Prices for Type Metal, 211 Machine Tools, and Woodworking Machines, 335, 413, 556 Manufacture and Repair of Rifles, Pistols, Revolvers and Shot Guns, 413

 Mica, 335
 Naphthas, 21
 Price of Ironstone in the Midlands District, 81
 Rosin and Rosin Oil, 118

Seats for Female Workers in Shell Factories, 382

 Small Tools, 499
 Spelter, 81
 Standard Quality Bar Iron, 2.11

Steam Fittings and Copper; Question of Permits, 211

 Steel Scrap and Wrought Iron Scrap, 43

Tap Cinder, Mill Cinder, Flue Cinder and Scale, 43

 Tar, 21
 Tin, 382
 Treadle Lathes, 335

MINISTRY of Reconstruction, 165, 206 Modern Industry, Some Problems of, W. L.

 Hichens’ Watt Lecture, 67

Monkhouse, Miss O. E., on the Employment of Women in Munition Factories, 246, 249, 409 ; (Letter), 294 Morgan, Ben H., on the Efficient Utilisation of Labour ; Women’s Work, 409, 432 Motor Cars, Coal Gas for, 230 Motor Vehicles, Gas for, 380 Motors, Electrical—see Electrical Matters Moving Targets and Torpedo Attack, 561 Munition Factory, Lathes and Other Tools at,

  314, 318, 336, 340, 379, 384

Munitions—see War Material Murraj River Irrigation Scheme, 15 N NATIONAL and Industrial Research Laboratory, Sir R. Glazebrook’s Lecture, 180, 188 National Physical Laboratory and its Future, Sir R. Glazebrook’s Lecture, 180, 188, 202 National Proving House and Standardising Laboratory, Sir R. Glazebrook’s Lecture, 202 Nationalisation—see Coal Mines Natural Science, The Teaching of, 334, 341 Naval Matters—see also Ships NAVAL NOTES: 20. 48. 104, 148, 213, 300. 322, 365, 380, 434, 522 American Destroyers, New, 434 American Developments, 300 American Progress in 1917, 148 American Submarine Lost, 20 Austrian Naval Construction, 214 Block Ships, 381 Breslau, The, 104 Change in Nomenclature, 434 Coast Defence Battleships, 148 Collapse of a Cage Mast, 434 Construction, Supply, and Transportation, 323 Dutch Cruisers, Now, 213

  Expansion of Material, 322
  Functions of the Destroyer, 300
  German Booty in South Russia, 300
  German Captures in Black Sea, 522
  German High Sea Fleet, 365
  German Long Range Gun, 365
  German Submersibles, New, 48
  German Torpedo Boats, 104
  Goeben, Escape of the, 365
  Goeben’s First Mishap, 213
  Goeben, The, 104
 Huge Naval Appropriation, 365
 Mine-laying Class, German New, 104
 Mystery of the Karlsruhe, 434
 Naval Crews for U.S. Transports, 48
 Naval Results of Russian Armistice, 20
 New Construction, 148
 New U.S. Destroyers, 365
 Ocean-going Destroyers, 300
 Ordnance and Ammunition, 148
 Racoon, H.M. Destroyer, 49
 Sealing of Ostend Harbour, 434
 Shipbuilding Progress, 323
 Sinking of the Chateaurenault, 20
 Theories of the Disaster, 434
 U.S. Destroyers, The Latest, 148
 Vasco da Gama, The, 48
 Vindictive at Zeebrugge, 380
 War Cabinet’s Report, 322

NOTCHED Bars—see Iron and Steel Nut-making Machine, Ernest Rollings, 510, 514 PATENT SPECIFICATIONS (continued): British (continued):

  Gas Producers, 219, 351, 481
  Heating—see Lighting
  Lighting and Heating, 110, 175, 308
  Locomotives, 198, 373

Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 21, 44, 64, 88, 132, 153, 197, 263, 286, 307, 330, 374, 395, 440, 504, 523, 548, 569 Measuring and Testing Instruments, 244, 263, 351, 374, 547 Mines and Metals, 64, 132, 154, 175, 198, 220, 330, 362, 396, 440, 462, 482, 524, 548, 570 Miscellaneous, 22, 44, 64, 88, 154, 176, 198, 244, 264, 308, 330, 352, 374, 396, 418 462, 482, 504, 548, 570 MotorCarsand Road Traffic, 22, 44, 63, 88, 110, 175, 351, 374, 396, 418, 461 Ordnance and Armour, 352, 548 Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 44, 154, 244; 330, 395, 417, 503, 623 Ships and Boats, 22, 132, 154, 286, 351, 374, 396, 481, 523 Steam Generators, 87, 109, 131, 219, 263, 285, 373, 439, 503, 523, 547 Switchgear, 87, 569

  Telegraphs and Telephones, 175
  Textile Machinery, 110
  Tramways and Railways, 440, 569
  Transformers, 43, 110, 197
  Transmission of Power, 219, 285, 330, 461
  Turbine Machinery, 21, 307, 417, 461
  Water Purification, 504

PAYMENT of Labour—see Labour Persian Oilfield, Sir B. Redwood, 518 Personal and Business Announcements, 20, 44, 62, 85, 109, 127, 154, 220, 239, 262, 284, 306, 325, 351, 369, 394, 418, 438, 462, 480, 524, 548 Peruvian Port Works, New, 324 Petroleum, Romance of, Sir B. Redwood, 518 Philpot, Captain, on Some Experiments on Notched Bars, 338 Pitch and Creosote Mixtures, Burning of, 332 Pitch Measuring Machine for Screw Gauges, Bingham Powell, 126 Ploughing and Cultivating Equipment, John Fowler and Co., 527, 536 Pollock, Walter, on Reinforced Concrete

 Vessels, 278, 279, 290, 297

Port of Le Havre, 38 Port Works in South America, 82 Ports of the Empire, 48, 70 Position of Electro-culture, 144 Power Required by Cold Rolling Mills, C. E.

 Davies, 221

Preservation of Timber—see Timber Problems of Industrial Reconstruction, 91 Proceedings—see Co-ordination Producer Fired Furnace, The Autogas, J.

 Wright and Co., 369

Production of Sound Steel, &c., Benjamin Talbot, 480 Pumping Plant, Air Lift, at Curragh Camp,

 H. Brown and Co., 475

PYROMETRY, CONFERENCE AT THE FARADAY SOCIETY IN 1917 Determination of the Temperature of Liquid Steel under Industrial Conditions, Cosmo Johns, 389 Pyrometry, S. A. Main, 52 RAILS, Steel, New Tests for, 542 RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued): Foreign:

  American Railways in 1917, 324
  Franco-Russian Railway, Proposed, 243
  Malay States and Siam, Railway, 365

Pennsylvania Railroad, New Tests for Steel Rails, 542

  State Control of American Railways, 16

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES:

  See also Annual Article

General: Firelighters for Locomotives, M. Glover and Co., 412

Geared Locomotives for Shunting Service, 108 Graphical Representation of Locomotive Performance, H. Holcroft, 353, 376

HeavyAmeri can Ten-coupled Goods Engines, 118 Sixty-year Old Locomotive, Fletcher, Jennings and Co., 432 •

  Standard Locomotives, 537

Standardisation of Locomotives, H. N. Gresley, 477 Superheater, Eastleigh, 28, 32, 162 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918) Turntable, 60ft. Locomotive, at Newhaven, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 104 (Two-page Supplement, February Is*, 1918) British, Colonial, and Indian :

Caledonian Railway Six-coupled Engines, 30 Caledonian Railway Six-coupled Passenger Tank Engine, 30, 248 (Two-page Supplement, March 22nd, 1918)

Furness Railway, A Sixty-year Old Locomotive, 432 Glasgow and South-Western Railway Shunting Tank Engines, 29, 30 Great Central Railway Four-cylinder Express Passenger Engines, 28, 29*; (Paragraph), 109 London, Brighton and South Coast 60ft. Locomotive Turntable, 104 (Two-page Supplement, February Is*, 1918) London and South-Western Converted Superheater Engines, 28, 32, 162 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1918) London and South-Western Railway Express Passenger Engines, 28 Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland, 29, 30 Foreign: Denver and Rio Grande Railway, Heavy Locomotives on, 82 RANDOM REFLECTIONS 13, 34, 56,76, 100, 122, 144, 166, 188, 210, 234, 256, 276, 298, 320 (see Separate Index) RASTRICK’S Thrashing Machine, 214, 249 (Letters) Reamer, New Type of, E. F. Glover and Co., 239 Recent Developments in Marine Lighting, 155, 201, 225 Reconstruction, The Foundations of, 165 Reconstruction in Industry—see also Cost Accounts Reconstruction, Ministry of, Risks of Holding Stocks, 206 Reconstruction Policy and its Critics, 233 Redwood, Sir B., on the Romance of Petroleum, 518 Reese, A. K., on Copper Tuyeres for Blastfurnaces, 400, 404 Refractory Materials, 431 Refrigeration and Cold Storage, 368 Regnault s Latent Heat of Steam Investigations,

  F. B. Aspinall, 525

Reinforced Concrete Ships—see Ships Reinforcing Metals, A New System of, C. W.

  Denny, 322

Repairing a Drop Stamp Foundation, 534 Repairing Steamers—see Ships Research Associations, 549 Research and Co-operation, 188—see also National Research Research, Industrial and Scientific, in Italy, 178 Research in Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 267, 459 Research, Scientific and Industrial, Professor P. Groom on the Preservation of Timber in Coal Mines, 126 Reservoir, Cabbage Tree Creek, for Brisbane Water Supply, 70, 74 Reservoirs, Burrator and Roborough, New Pipe Line, 120, 124 Reservoirs, 16,000,000 Gallon Elevated, at Buenos Aires, 228 Revival of Sheffield Light Trades, 429 Riveting Record ? 413 Rix, H., and H. Whitaker, on Die-casting of Aluminium Bronze, 248, 281 Road and Rail Transport, Frank Dutton, 550 Roads and Bridges, Lessons of the War as Applied to, Commander Walter Maughan, 413 Rolling Mills, Cold, Power Required by, C. E.

 Davies, 221

Rolling Mills, Electrically-driven, L. Rothera, 142, 146 Rosenhain, Dr. W., and D. Hanson, on a Cause of Failure in Boiler Plates, 444 Rothera, L., on Electrically-driven Rolling Mills, 142, 146 Roxburgh, A. B., on a Gas-coke Producer Fired Glass Tank Furnace, 369 Screw Gauges, Pitch Measuring Machine for, Bingham Powell, 126 Seaton, A. E., on Research in Marine

 Engineering, 267, 459

Serbia, Trade with, 81 Setting of Cements and Plasters, Discussion at the Faraday Society, 78 Sewage, “ Activated,” Sludge, 297 Shearing Force and Bending Moment Acting on the Structure of a Ship, Including Dynamic Effects, A. M. Robb, 291 Sheffield Light Trades, Revival, 429 Sheffield Metallurgists and Chemists, 56 ;

 (Letter), 170

Sheffield University’s Glass Department, 516 Shell Lathe—see Machine Tools Shell Nosing Furnace, Meldrums, Limited, 294 Shells, 9.2in., Special Machines for Producing, W. L. Philip, 190, 191 Shells—see also War Material SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING:

 See also Annual Article

General:

 Air Supply to Boiler-rooms, R. W. Allen, 291

British Shipbuilding, Future of, 554, 559 {Four-page Supplement, June 28th, 1918) Concrete Ship for British Government, Our First, 434 Concrete Ships, 251, 297, 518 Effect of the Longitudinal Motion of a Ship on its Statical Transverse Stability, Mr.

    G. S. Baker and Miss E. M. Keary, 290

Effects of Explosions of Mines and Torpedoes on the Structure of Merchant Vessels, 247, 251, 255 ; (Letter), 272 Electric Propulsion—see also Letters to the Editor Ferro-concrete Ships, T. J. Gueritte, 237 Future Design and Construction of Merchant Ships, W. S. Abell, 267 Hog Island Shipbuilding Yard, Philadelphia, 554, 559 {Four-page Supplement, June 28th, 1918) Importance of Research in Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 267, 459 Japan, Shipbuilding and Shipping in, 292

 Loss and Replacement of Tonnage, 256
 Merchant Ship Mortality, 255

Most Suitable Sizes and Speeds for General Cargo Steamers, J. Anderson, 267 Our Merchant Navy—The War and After, 505 Reinforced Concrete in Shipbuilding, Papers by Major Denny and Mr. T. G. Owens Thurston, 290 Reinforced Concrete Vessels, Walter Pollock, 278, 279, 290, 297 Removing a Propeller, Captain R. Green, 57 Repairing ex-German Steamers Seized in America, 236 Salvage of Merchant Ships, 532 Shipbuilding Developments, 215 Ships Our Need, Sir E. Geddes, 206, 209 Standard Cargo Ships, Sir G. Carter, 252, 255, 257, 259 State and Shipping, Sir Norman Hill, 196 Synchronous Signalling. and Safety at Sea, Professor J. Joly, 331 United States Shipbuildings—see Hog Island United States Shipping Board, First Annual Report, 30 .Unsinkable Mercantile Ships, 99 Welding Systems, Captain James Caldwell, 329 British Navy:

 Vindictive, H.M.S., 380, 385
 Work of British Submarines, 363

Naval Matters:

 Admiralty and Camouflage, 55

Annual Report on the American Navy, 71, 75, 112 British and German Naval Ordnance, 90, 111, 140 Dardanelles Naval Success, 76 Italian Naval Exploit, 527

 Moving Targets and Torpedo Attack, 561

SHIPS & SHIPBUILDING {continued). Naval Matters {continued): Naval Architects, Institution of—see also A I* i An cs Ar p

  Naval Estimates, Sir E. Geddes, 206, 209
  Naval Situation, 473
  Navy’s Way, The, 385
  New Move Against the Submarines, 407
  Our Merchant Navy—The War and After, 505
  Submarine Campaign, 12
  Submarines and America, 515

Foreign Navies:

  German Submarines, Sir E. Geddes, 206, 209
  Italian Battle Fleet, 245, 254
  Italian Naval Exploit, 527
  Japanese Naval Expansion, 206

Spanish Naval Construction, Recent Submarines, 465 Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels: American Ocean-going Concrete Steamship Faith, 251, 518 Small Concrete Motor Boat, Holland, Hannen and Cubitts, Limited, 391 Turbo-electric Ship Wulsty Castle, British Ljungstrom Marine Turbine Company, 423, 428 SHOP Stewards—see Labour Signal-boxes—see Railways Signalling—see Synchronous Sinking a Large Open-well Caisson, 531 Skefko Company—see Works Slitting Mill, 445, 486, 488, 492 Small Locomotives—see Locomotives Small Tool Trade, 494 Societies—see Associations, &c. Some Problems of Modern Industry, W. L. Hichens, 67 Sources and Production of Iron and Other

  Metalliferous Ores, Report, G. C. Lloyd, 153

South America, Port Works in, 82 Specialisation in Industry, 397 Stamp—see Drop Stamp Standard Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives Standardisation of Milling Cutters and Small Tools, 534 Standards Committee—New Name for, 534 Stead, Dr. J. E., on Inclusions in Steel and Ferrite Lines, 422 Steam Brake Valve—see Railways Steam Efficiency Meter, Martindale Company, 39 Steam, Latent Heat of, Investigations, Reg- nault’s, F. B. Aspinall, 525 Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Equipment, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 527, 536 Steam Turbines, Some Safety Devices for, Oerlikon Company, 58 {Two-page Supplement, January \8th, 1918) Steel—see Iron and Steel Sterilisation of Water—see Water Supply Stokes Gun—see Paragraphs Index Stress Distribution in Bolts and Nuts, C. E.

  Stromeyer, 290

Stromeyer, C. E., on Stress Distribution in Bolts and Nuts, 290 Submarines—see Ships Superheaters—see Railway Locomotives Swarf De-oiling Plant, Manlove, Alliott and Co., 540, 541 Synchronous Signalling and Safety at Sea, Professor J. Joly, 331 System at the Lan Chester Works, 133 T TALBOT, Benjamin, on Production of Sound Steel, &c., 480 Targets, Moving—see Ships, Naval Matters Teaching of Natural Science, 334, 341 Telephony, Automatic, Progress of, 451 Temperature—see High Testing Gauges—see Gauges Testing, Impact, Monsieur Charpy’s Tests, 435 Testing Laboratory at the Fiat Works, Turin, 555, 558 Tests, New, for Steel Rails, 542 Thrashing Machine, Rastrick’s, 214 Timber, Preservation of,in Coal Mines, Professor P. Groom, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 126 Tin and Tungsten Research Board, 230 Tonnage—see Ships Torpedoes—see Ships, Naval Matters Traction on Bad Roads or Land, L. A. Legros, 71, 86, 143, 160 Tractor, French Light Agricultural, Ateliers Vve. A. de Mesmey, 300 Tractors and Haulers, Some British Agricultural, 4,10,-45,65,93,98,116 Tractors, Motor, for Tillage Purposes, Utility of, A. Amos, 71, 130, 143~, 160 Tractors and Ploughs in Scotland, Demonstration of, 143, 223 Tractors—see also Agricultural Power Trade Boards Bill, Employers and the, 503 Trade, Engineering,Overseas, Leonard Andrews, 355, 367 Trade with Serbia, 81 Train Ferry, Proposed Cross-Channel, 499 Trains—see Railways Training, Business, at the Universities, 519 Transfer of Heat between a Flowing Gas and a

 Containing Flue, Lawford H. Fry, 447

Transport, A New System of, Frank Dutton, 550 Transport of Troops to Italy, 365 Trusts, 122 Tungay, Sydney J., on Acid Resisting Iron, 238 Tunnel, The Gibraltar, 338 Turbines, Steam, Some Safety Devices for, Oerlikon Company, 58 {Two-page Supplement, January \8th, 1918) Turbo-electric Ship—see Ships Turning Machines—see Machine Tools, Lathes u UNITED STATES Engineers, Mining Regiment of, 69 University, Hong-Kong, Engineering Equipment at, 136, 164, 168, 199 {Two-page Supplement, March 8th, 1918) Use and Aim of Cost Accounts, &c., J. H. Guy, 373 Use of the Microscope in Engineering, W. E. W. Millington, 49 Utility of Motor Tractors for Tillage Purposes, A. Amos, 71, 130, 143, 160 V VACUUM Balance Cases, Bertram Blount and William H. Woodcock, 148 ; (Letter), 249 Vacuum Pump—see Air Compressors Value of the Impact Test, 338 Valve, Steam Brake—see Railways Volunteers, County of London Engineers, 20, 42, 63, 88, 110, ] 30, 153, 176, 198, 220, 242, 264, 284, 303, 325, 352, 373, 391, 418, 440, 462, 482, 503, 524, 548, 570 w WAGES—see Labour WAR MATERIAL & WAR MATTERS:

 War Material—see also Aeronautics, Machine
    Tools, Ships and Works
 Austin Shell-making Works, 288

Extemporised Munition Factory, 314, 318, 336, 340, 37t>, 384 WAR MATERIAL & WAR MATTERS (continued): Internal Ballistics, Lieut.-Col. A. G. Hadcock, 490

 Long Range Gun, The New, 275, 324, 360
 Madsen Gun, 495 ; (Letter), 512
 Modern Military Explosives, 364

Munitions Production. Birmingham and District, 270, 288, 296, 398, 406 Shell-bottling Dies, Container for, Ralph Welbury, 282 Shell Conveyor, Automatic, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 274, 284 Shell Nosing Furnace, Meldrums, Limited, 294 Special Machines for Producing 9.2in. Shells,

    W. L. Philip, 190, 191
 Transport of Troops to Italy, 365
 War Wages in England and France, 331

WARNER, Sir F., on Education from the Standpoint of the Business Man, 382 WATER SUPPLY: Buenos Aires, 16,000,000-Gallon Reservoirs at, 228 Cabbage Tree Creek Reservoir for Brisbane Water Supply, 70, 74 Derwent Valley Waterworks, 325 London Water, Sir A. C. Houston’s Report, 552, 559 Plymouth Corporation Waterworks, Pipe Line between Burrator and Roborough Reservoirs, 120, 124 Rand Water Board Report, W. Ingham, 384 Sterilisation of London.Water, 552, 559 WATT Lecture, 1918, W. L. Hichens on Some

 Problems of Modern Industry, 67

Welding Systems, Captain James Caldwell, 329 What Industry Owes to Chemical Science, 210 Whitaker, H., and H. Rix on Die-casting of

 Aluminium Bronze, 248, 281

Whitley Report, 165, 395, 538 Wire Rod Mill—see Rolling Mills, Electrically- driven Women, The Employment of, in Munition Factories, Miss O. E. Monkhouse, 246, 249, 409 ; (Letter), 294 Women in French Industry, 228 Workpeople’s Welfare at a French Explosives Factory, 25 Works Committees—see Labour WORKS: Aeroplane Shops of the Wolseley Motor Company, 289, 296 Austin Motor Company’s Works, 288 Birmingham Munitions Factories, 270, 288, 296 Birmingham Small Arms Company’s Works, 271, 398, 406 Caen Blast-furnace Works, 237 Checking of Maintenance Costs, F. T. Clapham, 343 Fiat Works, Turin Testing Laboratory at, 555, 558 Foster, Wm., and Company’s Works Club, Bracebridge Hall, Lincoln, 203, 232, 236, 237

 Lanchester Works, System at, 133

Modern Light Machine Shop, W. Avery and Co., Herbert Carpenter, 102 Munition Factory, An Extemporised, 314, 318, 336, 340, 379, 384 Priestman Bros.’ Works Payment System, 419 ; (Letters), 455, 512 Shops with Special Machines for Producing 9.2in. Shell, 190, 191 Skefko Ball Bearing Company, 309, 356, 357, 358, 359, 362 WORLD Economics and the Kiel Institute, 250 z ZEEBRUGGE Raid, 381, 385

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